Robert Harris, Director of the Hawaii Chapter of the Sierra Club, advocates for a "Marshall Plan" to guide Hawaii's decision-making on agriculture and food production. The State is developing prime agricultural land; each year it loses a percentage of its land to development. Cumulatively, this results in major losses of prime agricultural land available for food production. Economically, food production loses to both alternative agricultural uses, such as biofuels, and cheap imports from the mainland and other countries (which in turn depends on cheap fossil fuels). A plan with teeth and sweets will help Hawaii to reduce its vulnerability and make the State better in a variety of ways.